The movie stars Academy Award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden, known for her roles in "Into the Wild" (2007) and "Mystic Rivers" (2003), alongside Oscar Jaenada Catalán, winner of a Goya for his role in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" (2011)
It's less irrational than it sounds that the three scarcest commodities in the post-apocalyptic world envisioned by "Mad Max: Fury Road" — gasoline, bullets and water — are expended with an almost lunatic profligacy.
An experimental feature like “Carmina Fide” is emblematic of Costa Rica’s expanding film scene, and this week is a great time to catch some Tico flicks: Veritas University is screening “Panorama,” a film festival showcasing recent Costa Rican cinema.
The Festival began in 2012 as a project of the Costa Rican Center for Cinematographic Production, inspired by various film festivals taking place in both Latin America and Europe. Its mission: to bring audiovisual art forms to parts of Costa Rica beyond the Central Valley.
If you have no idea who Maikol Yordan is, you’ve never heard of “La Media Docena,” and the poster has bewildered you since the film premiered last December, you probably have a few questions – and there is no better time to ask, because this week “Maikol Yordan” just became the most-attended film in Costa Rican history.